Flipped learning has been one of the most popular trends in education in the lastdecade. History of flipped learning dates back to 2007 when two chemistry teachers inthe USA recorded videos and screencast them for enabling their students to compensatefor the lessons they missed. Flipped learning emphasizes effective use of class time bychanging the traditional task of teachers and students inside and outside the classroom. Inflipped learning, students' roles as passive lecture listeners change to active participantsin classroom activities. As its name suggests, flipping takes the presentation or lecturepart which is traditionally done in the classroom and places that in pre-class work. Itcan be considered as a pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homeworkelements of a course are reversed. Subsequent to the first implementation of this newinstructional model, a lot of institutions have started to integrate the model into theireducation systems and research on flipped learning has begun to gain popularity. Thisstudy aims to analyse master’s and doctoral research on flipped learning conducted inTurkey. As data collection tool, document analysis method was used in the study. Tothis end, some key words related to flipped learning were searched in the data base ofNational Thesis Center (NTC) provided by the Council of Higher Education. It was foundthat 57 master’s and 31 doctoral research was conducted in different disciplines betweenthe years of 2014 and 2019 in Turkey. The scope of majority of these studies was usuallybased on determining students’ attitudes, perceptions, academic achievements, and selfefficacybeliefs. Some studies focused on the contribution of flipped learning to learners’development of 21st century skills as well as to general competence levels. The study also found that flipped learning was implemented in a wide range of disciplines such ashistory, chemistry, music, science education, social studies, accounting education, medicalstudies, and foreign language education which constituted the greatest proportion of thecurrent academic research in Turkey.